7.00 a.m. - 8.00 p.m. (Monday - Saturday); Closed on Sunday
Gurdwara Sahib Kuching is a temple on Jalan Masjid in Kuching. It is one of the few places of worship for the Sikh community in Kuching, and was established by the Sikhs who came to Kuching to work in the police force during the British administration. Its original wooden structure was demolished to make way for the new golden-domed temple which was opened in 1982. It is one of the city’s most notable landmarks and is the religious and cultural centre of Kuching’s Sikh community. When viewed from the Padang Merdeka end of Jalan Masjid, it forms a stunning panorama together with the Kuching City Mosque, a visual testament to Sarawak’s racial and religious harmony.